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Zak Brown: 'Dangerous' for McLaren's Indy team to rest on F1 laurels

McLaren CEO Zak Brown has stressed that the organisation must approach its venture at the Indianapolis 500 with humility, rather than rest on its Formula 1 laurels. The operation announced last November that it will be tackling this year’s Indianapolis 500 with Fernando Alonso, as the Spaniard goes in search of the final piece of motorsport’s unofficial Triple Crown. Alonso and McLaren most recently competed at the event in 2017, running competitively, though this was undertaken in conjunction with Andretti and Honda. This time McLaren is creating its own operation which will be headed by ex-Force India chief Bob Fernley, while Gil de Ferran – having joined the Formula 1...
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